Death of Matisse: the profile of the suspect becomes clearer

Hatred against the police, a fan of brawls, "ready to spin at any moment".

Death of Matisse: the profile of the suspect becomes clearer

Hatred against the police, a fan of brawls, "ready to spin at any moment"... A few days after Matisse's murder, we know more about the main suspect.

Born in 2009 in Kabul, Afghanistan, the young man suspected of the murder of Matisse in Châteauroux (Indre) this weekend presents a worrying profile to say the least. While we already knew he was involved in at least two cases of violent theft, which occurred at the end of February and the weekend of April 20, Le Figaro this Tuesday draws up the portrait of this 15-year-old teenager now indicted for murder in the Matisse affair.

Already placed under judicial supervision after the ambush in which he allegedly participated a week before Matisse's death, "the only safety measure provided for by the Code of Criminal Justice for Minors given his age, with no previous conviction", had moreover on this subject insisted the prosecutor in a previous press release, the teenager has lived for several years in the Saint-Denis district of Châteauroux, with his parents and his four brothers and sisters. Before the tragedy, the family home was already well known to local police officers, who were regularly called to the scene by the mother when the teenager's father came home too drunk.

Law enforcement that the young man does not carry in his heart. When they came to the family's home, it was not uncommon for the teenager to verbally attack the police, ordering them to "get out of the way", a source told Le Figaro. Hostility clearly displayed on his social networks via videos showing police officers outside his home and to which the teenager adds anti-police words.

In addition to his hatred of police officers, fighting is also one of the major recurring themes of his posts. “I'm going to beat their heads son, there's nothing to stop me,” we can hear in one of the videos in which the young man portrays himself like a boxer in the ring, throwing punches in the empty. "He's a 'random' person, we can't predict his actions. We can laugh with him and an hour later he's totally different," confides to Le Figaro an acquaintance of the teenager who also describes him as "crazy" and says he's "ready to spin at any moment." According to him, the young man would tend to feel easily humiliated. Very brawling, he could be involved in other affairs, notes Le Figaro according to which no less than four new complaints have already been filed against him since the death of Matisse.